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Faces in the Crowd

Jan. 27, 1992
Jan. 27, 1992

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Jan. 27, 1992

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Othella Harrington
JACKSON, MISS.
Othella, a 6'10" senior at Murrah High, had 31 points, 31 rebounds and six blocks in a 96-79 win over Pearl High. The 1991 state player of the year is averaging 29.7 points, 23.5 rebounds and 6.7 blocks this season.

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Dawn Buth
WICHITA, KANS.
Dawn, 15, defeated Wendy Sacks, 17, of Memphis 7-6, 6-7, 6-2 to win the USTA's national indoor 18-and-under girls' tennis championship. She had already won two USTA national indoor junior doubles crowns.

David Chapman
LONG BEACH, CALIF.
David, 16, won his fifth junior national handball title by defeating Tyler Hamel of Vancouver in the 19-and-under division 21-8, 21-20. He is the only handball player in history to win all five junior national titles.

Niall Bruton
DUBLIN

Brian Baker
BATESVILLE, ARK
Bruton (left) and Baker, a sophomore and a junior, respectively, at Arkansas, finished second and third in the NCAA cross-country championships to lead the Razorbacks to their second consecutive and fifth overall team title. Arkansas had a total of four runners finish in the top 10, with Bruton (30:35.3) and Baker (30:36.9) leading the way in the 10K race at the El Conquistador Country Club in Tucson. The team finished 62 points ahead of second-place Iowa State.

Melinda McClure
BOLTON, MASS.
McClure, 42, the field hockey coach at R.J. Grey Junior High, guided this year's Warriors to a 10-0 record to bring to 13 her streak of consecutive league championships. Her teams have won 130 games in that span.

PHOTOBARBARA RASCHERPHOTOMARY E. SCHULTEPHOTOCRAIG FUGIITWO PHOTOSRICHARD BERQUISTPHOTOCLAY MCLACHLAN